“ High school graduation may have once been a finish line, but today it is just a beginning.” Arne Duncan, Former Secretary of Education, U.S. Dept. of Education.


Florida Metropolitan Transitional Academy (FL M.T.A.)


Locations throughout Central  and Southeast Florida

FL MTA:  401 N Rosemary Avenue

 West Palm Beach, FL 33401


Data driven, scientifically tested curriculum and life skills options

Industry Partnerships and Employment



Links to Career Technical Education, Skills Trades, and Entrepreneurial opportunities


Preparing special needs students for various career pathways, securing lifelong learning and successful futures


Our School curriculum has challenging academics and enrichment programs. We offer a positive learning environment that encourages dignity and self-sufficiency. Our curriculum ensures the opportunity for each student to realize his/her full potential. Our experienced teachers combined with hybrid instruction will lead our students in a full range of classes.

A private non-profit academy, grades K-12, up to age 22, focusing on grades 9-12 (ESE).  Offering Career and Technical Education (CTE)/Pre-Apprenticeship Skills Training/Skilled Trades courses including Autistic Spectrum Disorder Program

Requirements for Graduation-State Requirements Apply Grades K-12

Students must earn 24 credits to graduate. The distributional requirements are listed below. Students earn one credit for each core course and a ½ credit for electives. Students have the option to choose between Career Technical Education Pathway -18 Credit hours or the Standard 24 Credit hours Career Pathway

Career and Technical Education Graduation Pathway Option

A student may earn a standard high school diploma through the Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathway option.

To earn a standard high school diploma through this pathway option, a student must:

  • Successfully complete a minimum of 18 credits.
  • Have a minimum, cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Meet the requirements of
    • 4 English credits (including the statewide grade 10 Reading assessment or the grade 10 ELA assessment, or earn a concordant score)
    • 4 Math credits (including the statewide Algebra I EOC assessment, or earn a comparative score)
    • 3 Science credits
    • 3 Social studies credits
  • Complete two credits in career and technical education. The courses must result in a program completion and an industry certification. 
  • Complete two credits in work-based learning programs. A student may substitute up to two credits of electives, including one-half credit in financial literacy, for work-based learning program courses to fulfill this requirement. 
  • 4 years of Math (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of Science (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of English (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of Social Science core subject (4 Credits)
  • 8 semesters of Fine Arts/Computers/Foreign Language (4 Credits)
  • 2 semesters of PE (2 Credits)
  • 1 semester of Health (1 Credit)
  • 1 semester of Computer Applications (1 Credit)
  • 100 hours of Community Service


**Course offerings may change due to staffing or student interest.


Fee Schedule requirements for the 2024-2025 academic year.  Subject to change. The State of FL. Scholarship requirements:

Middle/High school (6-12 up to age 22 ESE)* 

$8,800.00 per year grades 6-8

$9,000.00 per year grades 9-12

(Special cases, Tuition may be waived/adjusted)

YEARLY FEES (payment plans available)

Application Fee – $100**

Equipment Fee – $50 (non-refundable)

Registration Fee – $250

Technology Use Fee – $200  ($20/month)

Transportation (if required based on individual student need) $TBA


“Creating Successful Student Outcomes for increased Student Achievement”